Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
The low-budget team of producer-director Charles R. Seeling and star Guinn "Big Boy" Williams tackled the always-popular ranchers vs. sheepmen story in this obscure silent Western released by Poverty Row company Aywon. This time, Williams gets help from yet another B-Western star, the diminutive Bill Patton. The two cowboys come to the assistance of damsel-in-distress Kathleen Collins, whose sheepherding father has been wounded by the vicious cattle men. A frequent visitor to these types of prairie shenanigans, Collins was Mrs. "Big Boy" Williams in real life.